posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 06:55 PM
"You mentioned this man gets married every now and then and starts a family.
I would like to know what he thinks about love. When he marries, is he in love with that person as much as he was the first time he got married to
someone? Does love, ever get old to him? Does he just marry out of lonliness?"
These are good questions which i will have to ask him the next time we meet. When he talks about his short romance with Madame Curie I can tell
that he was quite fond of her. When I asked him about his recently deseased wife, I can tell that there is some pain still there.
"Does he believe in reincarnation? Does he believe he has met and married the same person living more than one lifetime?"
I asked him something about reincarnation and what I remember is that he does not know anything about it. However I am very curious to find out if
he is a reincarnated soul before he became an immortal or is this his one and only trip to earth.
"Also, when you say he does not die because he just does not believe in death, what exactly do you mean? Is it like mind over matter sort of
thing? Is this something he meditates on?"
This is topic that needs a lot of discussion to explain. I am serious now thinking about writing a book just on that one question. This was my
main reason for seeking this man out and speaking to him. The historical stories I got of him turned out to be bonus which I am now researching and
I just gave the 5 seconds answer to start pondering the possibility. I remember hearing about a musician named John Denver telling everyone that he
would die in his plane; and he did. This man does not believe in death or participate in death rituals like funerals and he is still alive. I am
starting to beleive that the true secret of immortality is inside of all of us and that we need someone or something to get it out so we can
"When you say he is graduated or something to that effect from religion, I would like to know what he believes in. You mentioned something about
the Torah, and his now celebrating Christian holidays. Does he believe in God? Does he believe in Jesus? Since he is as old as you say, can he
validate whether or not the New Testament, is fact or fiction?"
I've got about 500 pages of notes on just these questions alone. He is one of the "founders" of our modern day religions. He is the "author"
of 3 books found in the Old Testament, Torah, & Koran; which includes many conversation with God. He had a 6 year friendship with the man we now call
Jesus prior to the crucifiction. He witnessed many events described in the New Testament. He witnessed even more events that took place 2,000 years
ago and are not described in the New Testament (i.e. he can describe in detail the home of the man we call Jesus, after having spent many days there
for various reasons).
Blessing to you!